Louise Renne, former San Francisco city attorney, filed a lawsuit against the Olympic Club to stop discriminating against women.
‘There’s a diversity grift right now’: Employees at center of racial controversies at tech companies speak out
Workers who left Google, Uber and Pinterest in highly charged incidents during a year of racial-equity protests tell MarketWatch what they saw and experienced.
Social media company Pinterest was hit with a shareholder derivative suit Monday alleging the company's executives and directors ignored a culture of race and sex discrimination, harming the company as it fights other suits and reputational harm.
City Attorney Louise Renne begins a lengthy civil rights lawsuit against San Francisco’s historic and private athletic club. The suit jeopardized the club’s lease on 17½ acres of land that form its Lake (host to five U.S. Opens) and Ocean golf courses.